ZLP National Chairman Tells Buhari To Reappoint Magu As EFCC Chairman

ZLP National Chairman Tells Buhari To Reappoint Magu As EFCC Chairman
Mr Dan Nwanyawu, the National Chairman of Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) has called on President Buhari to send Mr Ibrahim Magu to the Senate for confirmation as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC).
The information was made by Nwanyawu while he was addressing journalists on Thursday in Abuja. He said that the good works of Magu in acting capacity was a justification for the call.

“Let me join all well meaning Nigerians to call on President Muhammadu Buhari to, as a matter of urgency, send Mr Ibrahim Magu’s name to the Senate for confirmation.

“That will give him more teeth to pick those he has not picked in the past four years; nobody will run away from this,” he said.

Mr. Dan Nwanyawu said that intelligence had it that some people were moving around and had even interviewed some people to take over from him, NAN reports.

The chairman said that the activities of such people would truncate the current effort of the EFCC in the good fight against corruption.

He said that in the past few months, the activities of EFCC had been in the front burner.

Nwanyawu recalled that more than ₦700 million proceed of cyber crime was recovered from the Kano zone by the EFCC under Magu’s watch.

He said that similar recoveries were made in Edo, Enugu and Delta zones which was now reversing the perceive bad image of the country.

The ZLP chairman said that nobody should engage in crime because of hardship, saying that the names of Nigerians published by the FBI affected innocent citizens who believed in the country.

He said that the EFCC under Magu’s watch had uncovered fraud in the power sector.

He blamed bad roads, epileptic power supply and the state of basic infrastructures in the country on corrupt leaders in office.

Meanwhile, we earlier reported that the Federal Government has withdrawn all corruption charges against Amaju Pinnick, the President of the Nigeria Football Federation.
Source| DailyPost.ng
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